Monday, October 15, 2012

Trick or Tweet Givaway!

Have I got a Tweet for you, hardy-har-har.  No seriously, this is a cool giveaway.

It's time to Trick-or-Tweet! Enter to win one of 40 prizes donated by ten awesome authors! Trick-or-Tweet your way to a signed print book or e-book! Some mail-out prizes even include candy and swag! Winners are chosen on Halloween with the announcement made at noon on Kayla Curry's blog Paranormal Lounge. E-mails will be sent to the winners and prizes will be given on a first come-first-serve basis. Remember to tweet every day to up your chances of winning! In the meantime, go door-to-door and ring the bells on these blogs to read fun Halloween posts.

S. M. Boyce
Wynne Channing
Kayla Curry
Rebecca Hamilton
Nikki Jefford
Rachel McClellan
Jen McConnel
A. D. Trosper
Thomas Winship

Throughout the month I'll be posting some of my favorite scenes from my Elemental Enmity Series, character interviews, and other Halloweeen related posts, like sharing some of my favorite treat recipes.

I love Fall and Halloween is a huge part of why it means so much to me.  It's a time of magic, where even adults can get back to our childhoods.  So what are you waiting for?  Enter the rafflecopter for some great prizes from some awesome authors I adore.

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  1. I read your post on having to wear garbage bags as your Halloween costume as a child. I was fascinated that your part of the world stayed out of the commercialization of Halloween for so long. I bet you enjoy seeing the variety of costumes available now. I do. When I grew up, my mom made my costumes. They were fun, but I always wanted one from the store. I was an ungrateful little brat sometimes back then. Now I prize the thing my mom sews for me. It's funny how you view things differently as an adult and what is important.

    Thanks for commenting, Emma!

  2. I know wearing bin bags sounds ridiculous, but we really didn't know any better. I'm talking the late 80s and early 90s. There just weren't any places you could buy costumes. It was only from the mid to late nineties that Ireland began following the American Halloween holiday.
    Your mom was very cool to make your costumes. We were all ungrateful brats as kids!

  3. Lol, Emma, I know. Sometimes I tell my mom sorry now for all the rotten things I did as a kid.

    At least you got to use your immagination back then. I'm sure your costumes were cool, and if you were like me it was more about the candy anyway!

  4. When I was a child in England we didn't celebrate halloween. I did used to make a Guy out of old clothes to burn on the bonfire. On Nov 5th. Guy Fawkes day.

  5. Wow, Petula! That's amazing. I've never heard of Guy Fawkes day, but I'll have to look into it.

    It's so cool to learn traditions from around the world. Thanks for sharing :)

  6. I'm so glad I'm one,what I won?

  7. Hi Nastya! If you haven't gotten an email from Kayla Curry, this is what she says to do:

    Okay there are 42 winners for the Trick or Tweet Giveaway! I've already sent out e-mails to the winning contestants, so if you see your name on the widget HERE and have not recieved an email, check your junk box. If it's not there, that means something went wrong and your email address didn't work! So contact me on twitter (@KaylaCurry1) and we'll get intouch!

    If you don't have access to Twitter, I can contact her. Just let me know.